Anti-drone provision considered for Ronaldsway

Kiarail noi-drone goll er smooinaghtyn er son Runnysvie

Ta feme er puirt aer sloo aghtey, ta Shirveishagh dy ghra

Ta'n Rheynn Bun-Troggalys jeeaghyn er kiarail noi-drone ec purt aer Runnysvie.

Shoh geiyrt er kuse dy hillaghyn dy ghroneyn ec daa jeh puirt aer vooarey Lunnin ayns yn daa hiaghtin shoh chaie.

Ta reiltys yn RU (Reeriaght Unnaneysit) gra dy vel eh fo baih millioonyn dy phuint ayns cullee noi-drone lurg da boirey rish cheeadyn dy etlaghyn ec chammah's Gatwick as Heathrow.

Ta'n Shirveishagh Ray Harmer gra dy nee scanshoil eh dy vel puirt aer sloo gaghtey neesht.

AS RAY HARMER : Ta shillaghyn er ve ayns yn RU as ta shin jeeaghyn er saaseyn elley. Ta shin smooinaghtyn hannah mychione cur stiagh ayn paart jeh'n sorch chagnoaylleeagh dy chur lhiettrymys er droneyn entreil 'syn eaghtyr speyrey. Myr shoh ta shin jeeaghyn er shoh dy feer eer trome-chooishagh. Ta ooilley ny puirt aer ardjynagh elley jannoo red cosoyley rish neesht er-yn-oyr dy vel eh mychione boayl ta'n kiangley s'faase ayn, myr shoh t'eh orrin goaill sorch . . .

Droneyn, hig ad dy ve ny s'cadjinee, ta ymmodee ymmydyn er-nyn-son, agh bentyn rish puirt aer t'eh feer trome-chooishagh as t'eh orrin cur lhiettrymys orroo entreil 'syn eaghtyr speyrey shen.  

 

Smaller airports need to take action says Minister

The Department of Infrastructure is looking into anti-drone provision at Ronaldsway airport.

It follows a number of drone sightings at two of London's major airports in the last two weeks.

The UK government has said it's to invest millions of pounds into anti-drone equipment, after both Gatwick and Heathrow saw disruptions to hundreds of flights.

Minister Ray Harmer says it's important smaller airports also take action.
 

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